Bhubaneswar: The students of SAI International Residential School (SIRS) once again came out brilliant performance in the CBSE Class X Board examination, results of which were announced on Tuesday.
The school registered a 100 per cent first division in the 10th Boards with 91.7% students securing more than 75% marks; 45.4% students securing above 90% and 19.4% students scored above 95% taking the school average to 86.9%.
SAI International School too continued its legacy of achieving excellence and creating higher benchmark year on year in the CBSE Class X Board results. Setting a new milestone, 100% students scored above 60% of which 97% had achieved 75% marks; 65.6% students scored above 90% and 27.6% scored above 95% taking the school average to 91.1 per cent.
Chairperson SAI International, Dr. Silpi Sahoo and Headmaster SIRS, Amitabh Agnihotri congratulated the students and teachers.
‘I am extremely happy with the performance of each of my SAIoneers, who had consistently worked hard and raised their own
bar of excellence. I thank all the teachers for their sincerity and all the parents for having reposed their faith in SIRS during the pandemic,” said Dr Sahoo.
SIRS is a CBSE affiliated co-educational school with futuristic infrastructure and a dedicated team of highly qualified and competent teachers. It is a Global Gurukul with a strong international character where students gain the advantages of diverse learning processes deeply rooted in Indian values.
CLASS XII Results
SAI International School made a mark for itself with consistent performance in CBSE Class XII exams too. As many as 593 students had appeared at the examination and 100% students secured more than 60%, while 99.3% of students secured more than 75% of marks, 50% of students secured more than 90% and 19.1% secured more than 95%.
The school average stood at 89.5%. In Science it was 90%, while it was 89% in Commerce and 90.6% in Humanities.
Chairperson, SAI International, Dr. Silpi Sahoo praised the students for their dedication and determination.